Jina Buddha Ratnasambhava Thangka Poster
This museum-quality poster is printed on thick, durable, acid-free matte paper.
- Print technology: Epson UltraChrome water based HDR ink-jet
- Basis Weight: 192 gsm
- Media Thickness: 10.3 mil (0.26 mm)
- ISO Brightness: 104%
- Opacity: 94%
- Size: 12 x 16 inches
Wish smaller prints were shipped flat instead of rolled up in a tube, but other than that everything was great! The paper was high quality, and the print came out exactly how I imagined.
- Marie D.
This Jina Buddha Ratnasambhava thangka was painted between 1150-1225 in a Kadampa monastery in central Tibet. The Jinas refer to the five Dyhani Buddhas, which represent the five negative delusions that plague the human form, as well as the possibility to transform each of the five delusions into an aspect of enlightenment. The Jina Buddha Ratnasambhava transforms the poisonous human trait of pride into the wisdom of interconnection, oneness, and non-dual reality.